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I consider myself a GRE expert in all of the question types. I can provide an entire course or act as a supplement to your current studies. I maintain a top student rating receive positive reviews like those that follow and are in my Wyzant profile. My experience in over 1,000 private sessions over more than 2,000 hours on the Wyzant platform alone qualifies me as one of the top GRE tutors available. I make clear how a limited set of underlying principles and practices are the keys to the ability to answer the questions correctly. Knowing the cues that should alert the student to which princip [more]

I have achieved a perfect score on the official GRE, in each the quantitative, verbal, and writing sections. What's more, I have taught numerous classes and individual students in the subject for over 8 years, imparting my methodology, strategy, and substantive knowledge in each of the sub-disciplines. I have helped students improve scores from the lower quartile to the second and third quartiles; likewise, I have helped students from the middle quartiles reach the top quartile, including a handful of students who obtained perfect scores in one of the three subsets! [more]

Latest Graduate Record Examination (GRE) test results: Quantitative: 163/166, 770/800, 90th percentile Verbal: 164/170, 94th percentile Writing: 5.5/6.0, 94th percentile 1. Experienced and in-depth individualized tutoring tailored for individual needs for all areas of the test which includes: ? Quantitative ? Verbal ? Writing 2. Preparation of lessons based on the actual gre exam which includes: ? Math Review (Algebra I & II, Geometry and Data Interpretation) and Exercises provided by the test-maker, Educational Testing Services (ETS) ? Grammatical Review and Exercises ? Writing topics provi [more]

I am an alum of Duke University eager to help students reach their academic potential. I have ten years of experience tutoring: I was part of a math mentorship program for middle school students during my senior year of high school. During my freshman year of college, I tutored elementary school students in low-income neighborhoods through a program called Project CHILD. Since I finished my undergrad education, I have been tutoring high school students independently in geometry, algebra 2, ... [more]

The GRE Math Section has presented the greatest challenge to graduate students allowing me to develop a structured practice schedule that involves revisiting the basics of college algebra and elements of calculus to rebuild confidence in problem solving. Also we have worked with some UCLA graduate students creating a vocabulary log that mirrors the typical GRE verbal section requirements. In the verbal sections also We have worked on comprehension strategies that center on analytical reading that leads to comprehension of passages. [more]

My greatest strength as a tutor (beyond really knowing the subjects I tutor) is my ability to adapt to and match the way you learn. A close second is my ability to take abstract concepts and make them much more understandable. I don?t do ?tricks? since it takes as much effort to memorize tons of tricks as it does to actually learn the stuff (though I do have plenty of ideas on how to do things more easily). What I do do is teach solid theory, techniques, and study skills as simply and directl... [more]

I took the GRE when I applied to get my masters degree in electrical engineering. I was accepted easily into my top school. The GRE, like all standardized tests, has tricks and shortcuts that will maximize your score. I can show you how to use them to get the score you want. Ah Mathematics. The bane of existence for many a child. The mighty struggle of all struggles. Math can be confusing, confounding, careless, and cruel. It can make you want to grab your hair and tear it out. It can make you want to toss your textbook across the room and swear off math forever. Math can be relentless and unf [more]

Hi I'm Saul, a rigorous, dynamic and focused tutor. To get credentials out of the way, I went to Brown University, where I majored in Modern Culture and Media. 800 SAT Verbal, 99th percentile overall, and I have over five years experience. But that?s not why you should hire me. Credentials don?t make a great tutor. What really sets me apart, what makes me different, is my ability to tailor instruction to each individual student. Whether organization, motivation or just conquering fear, I?m f... [more]

My greatest experience with the GRE is with teaching the math section. Oftentimes adult students haven't seen a right triangle in ten years, and may need a brush up on basic math skills. I use drills and worksheets to help students regain their prior proficiency in these basic skills, as well as learn a few new ones necessary for this particular test. I also have experience teaching the verbal (as well as writing) section, though now that the test has been revised, there are unfortunately fewer typical multiple choice tricks one can use (namely-- process of elimination). However, I can gui [more]

If you?re studying for the GRE, you?re probably having to revisit some mathematical concepts you have long forgotten and learn a lot of vocabulary you never knew in the first place. It can be a little frustrating. I took the GRE last November and got a 338 (grr... those last two points would have been nice...). As with anything, the key is to consistently practice and identify your weaknesses. Ideally, you should be learning new vocabulary words everyday (in context) and reviewing them up until the day of the test. Improving your rhetorical and organizational skills for the analytical wri [more]

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